Read the 2013 NewsBytes (Computer Science Newsletter) to see what the faculty, staff, students, and alumni have been up to lately.
02/ 21...Mirror, mirror on the wall…whose face do I see staring back at me!?!
Dr. Karl Ricanek, Jr., Professor and Director of the ISIS Institute - Face Aging Group at University North Carolina Wilmington will discuss his studies in advanced technologies in biometrics and forensic analysis for identification.
Looking for CSC 110 or CSC 204? These courses are now listed as CIT 110 and CIT 204.
10/18 and 11/02...Adjunct Professor Thomas Schmit presents a two part seminar on AES for Embedded Systems... MORE
10/30-11/05...CSC student, Andrew Harnage, and BIO student, Harry Atwal (who are both doing a CSC DIS project) have had their poster accepted for presentation at the UNCW Fall Student Research and Creativity Showcase.... MORE
Senior Andrew Harnage presented the paper written by co-authors Doug Flagg, Amber Whittemore and Dr. Devon Simmonds, at WorldComp Conference in July... MORE
NEW this fall
B.S. Information Technology
Congratulations to Phillip Walker on winning a Upsilon Pi Epsilon Scholarship, making it two in a row for UNCW .... MORE
UNCW Face Aging Group on YouTube .... MORE
UNC Wilmington's Department of Computer Science Joins Select Group of Programs with ABET Accreditation .... MORE
Oct 10-11 .... Fall Break
Nov 14 .... Spring 2014 Graduation application deadline
Nov 27-29 ....Thanksgiving break...no classes
Dec 4 ....Last day of Fall Semester
Dec 5 ... Reading Day
Dec 6-12 ....Final Exams
Dec 14 ....Commencement
Dec 23-26 ....State Holiday and Winter Break
Dec 27-31 ....University vacation
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science is a community of scholars
dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship, research, and
service. It strives for excellence in teaching and offers a modern
curriculum leading to an undergraduate degree in computer science. It
considers the use of experiential education, including project-based
software development and internships, to be essential for effective
learning. The department is committed to preparing its students for
careers in the emerging knowledge-based economy and helping them become
The department seeks to enrich the learning environment through the active professional development of its faculty. The department is committed to providing leadership in the use of emerging computer and communication technologies both on campus and in the surrounding region. The department regularly sponsors lectures and other activities to enrich the academic life of the campus and the community at-large.